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The memory of walking
in hot sand
feeling a light breeze
in the background
the roar of the waves
still reverberating in me
holding them as close
as I can to my heart
© St Germain
(Randomosity: the G, Tue Travel: beach of San Francisco, Weekend Green)
remember how she stole everyone’s attention with her red dress?
(Random- the R, Floral Bliss, Floral Fri Foto)
Fri Hunt: Begin with M: the red hibiscus is Mesmerizing to me.
Cloth: tablecloth below
Everyday Things: laptop and brushes are an everyday thing for me:) -below
I need this for …. uh, a meme/challenge….? Who am I kidding, I just want to paint these rocks at the third bridge by Bridal Veil Falls in Yosemite Nat. Park! Posting it, helps me to finish, if I get stalled:) With watercolor I Like a Lot of LIGHT to come through!
(Randomosity – the Fun, Travel Tue, ABC Wed. -L)
Why I only came this far, was…
coming to this spot, I wanted to paint the geometrical rocks, I had seen before. Walking over the bridge, we were welcomed on each side by people in wedding clothes. They told us, we could still paint there, because the wedding was not until later. How cool – a wedding in the forest!
After setting up my easel, hubs left for a climb to the top of the waterfall. I noticed most of the wedding party had left too. Only two or three stayed behind, probably to “save” the spot for later. I heard them talking like they were in the same room.
After a few minutes they went from the usual chatting to a full-on gossip mode about the family members who had left. I was very distracted and getting upset, because I’ve done plenty of family therapy. But this was not my room! So, after putting in some of the bones of this scene, I decided that before giving them a piece of my mind, (hubby and my adult kids would tell you I would), I packed up my stuff and left for the waterfall nearby. Soo, that is why …
How we were so focused on getting my new computer that we didn’t put enough in the parking meter. Coming down from the shop I had a new computer, and a parking ticket:)
Surprised, because hubs is mostly keeping track of time. Comforted by the thought that the tickets were much less than where we used to live (at least $20 less than in Southern Cal.), we parked a little longer to catch some doors in this street.
The tail end of this story is that the second time hubs went to the computer shop, he saw through the glass doors of the coffee shop downstairs “someone” waiting to give tickets, so hubs parked somewhere else.
These TWO DOORS with the bonus of some faint reflections!
Makro-Tex asked for 3 things: my interpretation: three roof lines.
(Makro-Tex: 3 things, Thurs. Doors, Weekend Reflection)
How thoughtful of the vineyard owners to have at least these trees to look at while passing by, when the grape plants were still little ugly little stubs:) Thankful there are still people who care, and go the extra mile for others!
(Sunday Trees, Thankful Thurs.)
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